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    Reviews - Marvel Universe: The End - HC

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6/10 - Uthor
I am a bit "meh" about this comic. A villain we've never heard of before (an Egyptian pharaoh kidnapped by aliens) returns to Earth with the power of God to subjugate the planet and bring piece under his iron fist. This gross imbalance of power leads Thanos to look for the source of the pharaoh's power and become God himself. It ends up that the resurrection of Marvel heroes has caused a rift in the very physics of reality, the universe ends, and Thanos recreates the universe, but making sure no body is ever resurrected again. There's tons of Earth's heroes involved, but they are there only for big splash pages before being wiped out in a flash. The entire conflict of the story is, at first, a character that no one knows and, later, and existential question. This just didn't jive with me.




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